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Baltimore 5, Melissa 2, Obama 2, Orioles 2, David Smallwood 2, West Virginia 2, Colorado 2, Us 2, Ravens 2, Columbus 2, Reuters 1, Kansas City 1, Cris Carpenter 1, Nd Ryan 1, The City 1, Yankees 1, Romney 1, Bob Hansen 1, Mario M. Belgambelli 1, Russell Martin 1,
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  NBC    11 News at Noon    News  News/Business. New. (CC)  

    October 8, 2012
    12:00 - 12:30pm EDT  

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>> you are watching wbal-tv 11. live, local, late breaking. this is 11 news at noon. >> good afternoon. our big story, even with the on their fans were
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feet cheering on their home team. things were exciting up until the ninth when russell martin opened things up for the orioles. he led off the inning with a home run in. new york would go on to score five runs in the last inning. were certainly disappointed after the loss, but they did not lose their pride. >> it was certainly upsetting, but i still have faith. my model is it is never easy -- moto is, it is never easy. >> we have two more to go at least. we will come back and give it our best. >> they take on the gis to night. be sure to tune in at 6:00 for life, a team coverage. local businesses are making big bucks off of the o's win.
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a new sportswear shop work all night to print them and get them on the racks for eager fans. restaurants are hosting watch parties for vans that could not make it to the ballpark. for businesses cashing in opening day all over again. >> opening day is pretty large, needless to say, and we're hoping it will be a miniature opening day. to go ahead 24 hours to plan for this. it is exciting. if you're going to have a problem, it is a good problem to have. >> it is expected to continue tonight as the o's take on the yankees tonight in the last home game of the series. o's fan are showing off warned pride. -- fans are showing off orange pride. upload cure photographs and
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video at ulocal. team ore's other ball managed to eke out oa clothes when. kansas city fumbled of the 1 yard line. it read it comes up and runs a back 11 yards before he is stopped. the quarterback did not come close to his recent 300 yard performances but managed a pretty impressive run himself. he runs for the first down. ravens pull on a closed 9-6 win over the chiefs to extend the record four-one. they're not the sole leaders of the -- now the sole leaders of the afc north. >> the orioles are gaining up to aring up for game two tonight against the yankees. unfortunately, rain on the
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radar. this looks a little deceiving. most of this is far reaching the ground, but it is showing the atmosphere is starting to saturate so it is getting ready for the rain. 46 in petersburg. western maryland, oakland, 37 degrees. a little bit warmer towards the baltimore metro area. a chill the game nonetheless. there is the chance for rain. we will break down what we come back. >> baltimore city police search for the m a suspect who shot a . an 18-year-old was riding in a van when someone opened fire. the victim's blood but it turned -- overturned another car. we're told the victim was hit in the arm and is in good condition. we now know the shooting last night is a homicide. shots were fired just before
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10:00 on sunday in the 6200 block of fair lawn avenue. they found a woman on the scene with gunshot wounds to the hand that was pronounced dead on the scene. -- gunshot wounds to the head that was pronounced dead on the scene. three separate accidents on the northbound i-and by side. were working on a trailer. a vehicle that the truck, causing both to catch fire. an eight-year-old child was rushed to john hopkins was serious injuries. a female passenger died at the scene. a critical crossroads for both presidential campaigns just 29 days before voters had to the polls. the race is growing even tighter. hallie jackson has this afternoon's commitment 2012
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report. >> now it is all about momentum as two new polls from reuters and talent show mitt romney closing the gap that existed before last week's debate. >> we had a good week last week, no doubt about it. i think we take it one day at a time. >> today mitt romney will focus on foreign policy. >> obama has been commander in chief for the past four years. >> romney is coming off of a strong debate performance against president obama. >> i asked him with white 23 million americans out of work, he spent the first two years fighting for obama care instead of them. >> he insisted it was not the real obama or his policies that might-- the real romney or his politics that night. >> he did a superb acting job.
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>> the present pope a little fun at himself at an l.a. concert featuring stars like steve wonder. >> they just performed flawlessly night after night. i cannot always say the same. [laughter] >> now the pressure is on for the vice-presidential candidates to perform as they go head to head later this week. nd ryan based on thursday night in kentucky. and >> thank you. an amber alert issued in colorado. details on the missing child. a move on the massachusetts firm
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>> covering the nation, police in central colorado are looking for a break in the search for a missing 10-year-old girl. just a bridge way was reported missing after she failed to show up for school. -- jessica bridgeway. police could not discuss the contents of her bag, only that belong to the girl. firm isachusetts
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the link to the deadly meningitis outbreak is voluntarily recalling all of its products. at least 91 people have been affected in nine states. at least seven people have died. the steroids were used as injections given to back pain patients from july-september. officials say the recall is precautionary and no indication any of their products were contaminated. today marks columbus day, a day of celebration of the italian- american heritage and culture. the columbus day parade will take place with about 35,000 parade participants. this year's grand marshal will be mario m. belgambelli. this fall pet lovers will have more to worry about than just searching for halloween costumes. the problem after the break. >> certainly feeling like fall out there. temperatures below normal right
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now. could that change for the seven- day? certainly 50 degrees at camden park. but the airport. but the airport.
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>> in consumer alert, more trouble after an article revealed pge is laid on bills. they owe millions for its use of the conduit system, which carries power and telecommunication lines. the late payments are causing cash flow problems for the city. the utility said it never received a bill for close to $5 million for may and is disputing charges from august of last year
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for close to $600,000. they are now asking the city for supporting documentation before paying the invoices. in tough times people look for ways to cut back on the family budget, but one thing they're not cutting back, and there cellphone bill. bob hansen says families are spending more on their funds than ever before. -- one thing you're not cutting back on is their cell phone bill. >> it is a priority. you have to have it. >> melissa shows that nearly $300 a month. >> i have to be connected constantly. connected to my kids, clients, parents, siblings. to go that connection comes at a price. and a new federal study says spending for phone service went up more than 4% last year, an whenside of the timgn of the ti
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people are cutting back on nearly every expense and for their cellfor phone bille. >l. ." >> this financial advisor says they have gone from being optional to require an -- requirement. but watch out, this seems to be an opportunity to spend more money. >> i think people shop around for the best smart phone. they did not shop around for the best data plan. >> she said she stands her bill from time to time looking for ways to cut back. not a bad idea, especially when the bills are taking a bigger chunk out of that family budget. -- melissa said she scans her
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bill from time to time looking for ways to cut back. >> make sure you only pay for what you need. do not go with unlimited text, phone, and that an issue needed. going over the limit to get very expensive. keep track of it and try to pay accordingly. this year's halloween spending is expected to be a record- breaking. 70 percent will celebrate this year. the average person is expected to spend around $80 on costumes, candy, and decorations. that means our record $8 billion is expected to be spent on halloween this year, the largest total in the past 10 years. >> now, your 11 insta-weather- plus forecast with your meteorologist ava marie. >> that reminds me to get going on my decorations. i have one at this point. -- only have one at this point.
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darker shade of green? that is the area getting reagra. baltimore itself really has not seen much. the radar is really over them of this point. it is showing the trend. that is your starting to saturate. and then it is only a matter of time until the rank and file from the sky. that is what we will watch, especially if the heavier batch makes it through the mountains and our way later today. we will time that out. but look at what we are expecting. this is a very tricky weather pattern. high pressure is in place here ye. right now a little bit of instability in the ridge of high pressure that extends all the way to arkansas. what this means is a very complicated weather pattern.
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not a distinct system we contract easily. this one is much more obscure. that is why we will have a hard time placing it in timing it as we go into the night. here is how the models are trying to shape up into the next couple of hours here is the future cast. notice how the rain is split into two until later in the night when the western batch may start to move in. that is what we're hoping for, because that means the stadium may be dry during game time. here's a closer look at 8:00. notice of this computer model puts most of the rain at north of frederick county. that is good news if the model is right. last night the computer models had a hard time timing the rain. that means this could be incorrect as well. most of the model say the majority of the range of, and late tonight, hopefully after the game. current temperatures are chilly. 53 downtown. 50 degrees at b.w.i. marshall.
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if you're going to the game, going to what party, dress warm. dress of the layers. hopefully one of them is waterproof as we are expecting good rain chances later into the game. post-game temperatures around 50 degrees, may be dropping into the 40's. the next games are not as bad. slight chance for rain thursday and friday. that takes us to the seven-day forecast. highs of 62 tomorrow. 70 by wednesday. >> in medical alert, a mystery that has baffled scientists for years. why do some smokers develop cancer while others do not? it turns out the answer may lie in the genes. a new study from the cancer institute reveals a genetic variation that may decrease the
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risk by at least 20%. that deals with information and the body's immune system. the discovery adds to previous research identifying the factors as influential in arrest of lung cancer. we've been hearing a lot about the health benefits of coffee, but new research suggests caught in it -- captivated coffee may be bad for your eyesight. scientistic just 2-3 cups could increase your risk for glaucoma by as much as 66%. researchers say they did not see the same results with other caffeinated drinks like soda or tea. americans are expected to shell out $8 billion this halloween. close to 400 million will be spent on pet costumes. it seems a pesky problem popular in this government's will be popping up later this year. -- pesky in the summer months
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will be popping up later this year. >> an important point, felaleas do not take the winter off. >> they are forecasting an active season for ticks with lyme disease among dogs. in much of the country, but mainly the northeast, mid- atlantic, upper midwest and california. >> they are active in the summer. the adult ticks are most likely to transmit to dogs. they're active october through march. >> dr. susan little and cris carpenter are veterinarians and both come pont -- belong to the parasite council, the non- where the deals can be found. >> although there will be days when ticks are not out, there
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will be activity, and that is when your dog is at risk. way in mostsiest effective way is to have them here-round preventative medicine. -- year-round preventative medicine. >> coming next, your maryland lottery pick 3 and pick 4 numbers. first, a look at how wall street is performing at this hour. stay with us. stay with us.
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>> tonight on the 11 news at 5:00, to put game one behind us after heartbreaking ninth inning loss. now there will gear up for game 2. we take a look at what we need to do to bounce back. one baltimore ravens is taking time out from football to team up with governor o'malley. we explain why. the baltimore festival just days away. what some of the premier athletes do to make sure they are strong for more than 26 miles. -- the baltimore marathon just days away. >> the verlaine lottery, let yourself play. -- the maryland lottery, let
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yourself play. >> a 7. followed by a 9. final number is a 6. making your numbers 7, 9, 6. $5 craft shops for $20. top prize of $1 million. no price is less than $20. now, what of our favorite drawing officials, -- one of our favorite drawing officials, bob diamond. one. next number is 5. followed by another 5. final number 5. making your pick four numbers 1, 5, 5, 5. >> thank you for
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david smallwood: maryland money needs to stay in maryland. it's just that simple, i mean, it's a no brainer. anncr: every year marylanders spend five hundred and fifty... million at casinos in west virginia, delaware... and pennsylvania. one west virginia paper calls it a "cash cow" for them. but its cost maryland over one billion dollars. money that could have created good jobs and... better schools for us. question seven keeps maryland money in maryland. david smallwood: question seven, i think it will be a... good thing for the state of maryland.